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CBS
Nov 14, 2009 8:00am EST
of the united states, that safety is you now of course an issue here as well, like you said, these guys will probably again, just some of the people i spoke with last night, think they'll be pa raising in and out of court every day with smirks on their faces? talk about some of those issues. >> i think absolutely that's a concern. again, had this is the highest level collection of terrorists that we have seen on u.s. soil to face trial. and this is going to present security concerns obviously for the u.s. marshals as well as others who have to secure new york. it also is a venue for them to prop began diz. and for the u.s. to have to produce evidence intelligence and otherwise. and i think if khalid shaikh mohamm mohammed's are good lure, they're likely to made it a hearing not about his guilt or innocence, but about his detention and interrogation techniques applied to him p. >> and all those things will resurface once again. thank you very much for taking the time this morning. >>> now here's debbye with more on our other top stories of the morning. >>> there's a lot of high drama sur
CBS
Nov 6, 2009 7:00am EST
>>> the worst mass killing ever on an army baes in the united states. at least 13 people dead at ft. hood texas. 30 more are wounded, including the alleged shooter, an army psychiatrist. >> the major who did it kept loading clip after clip pretty much and just was pretty relentless. >> today is a day of mourning as sold yersz and their loved ones grieve and wonder how this could have happened here. >> this enemy was within. and that's what makes it so hard. >> we're in ft. hood texas with the latest on the heros who spopded to the shooting spree, the victims who were killed and wounded are and the map authorities say is responsible for the murderous ram passenger. early this friday morning november 6th, 2009. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. we are live at ft. hood texas, the scene of had this terrible terrible tragedy. maggie is off today. debbye turner bell is with us in nouk. good morning. >> good morning. it is such a tragedy and so unexpected. especially on an army base. president obama talked about that in his statement yesterday. he said it'
CBS
Nov 16, 2009 7:00am EST
chance to mention just exactly what we do in the united states that t china. in the-- the minut& >> bill planning with the pres thank you very much. now here's maggie.-- >>> a drug. millions take zetia by merck, but renewing questions about whether it our dr. jennifer ashton is here with go y- this at length this morning b- becauecause so many people do take this this journ 200& for 14 months. som- others were taking an over the counter vitamin. wh >> had cardiovascular risk factors or t attack - they were already on a stat & - pconcont bu alw just one medication is not effe - whi& cholesterol from the food that we a th- foun- actu - redu the thei and- >> no re >- - nnoo change on the zetia, which is much >> so basically a less expensive over the counter drug in it case& >> and the controversy continues here.& - pin in tthh have pas mi and d- dollaollarsrs worth of the market share dru apandnd t thehe point is that they some - this the& - pin in tt ins h qu thi- >> so they didn't look at - whe they thi - wri& - p>>>> >>- beca und- - oone ne of their drugs, wh
CBS
Nov 6, 2009 7:00am EST
it is friday. have a good one. >>> the worst mass killing ever on an army baes in the united states. at least 13 people dead at ft. hood, texas. 30 more are wounded, including the alleged shooter, an army psychiatrist. >> the major who did it kept loading clip after clip pretty much and just was pretty relentless. >> today is a day of mourning as sold yersz and their loved ones grieve and wonder how this could have happened here. >> this enemy was within. and that's what makes it so hard. >> we're in ft. hood, texas with the latest on the heros who spopded to the shooting spree, the victims who were killed and wounded are and the map authorities say is responsible for the murderous ram passenger. early this friday morning for the murderous ram passenger. early this friday morning november 6th, 2009. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. we are live at ft. hood, texas, the scene of had this terrible, terrible tragedy. maggie is off today. debbye turner bell is with us in nouk. good morning. >> good morning. it is such a tragedy and so unexpected. especially on an army base. pres
CBS
Nov 2, 2009 7:00am EST
, you have an kul la dropping out, the united states doesn't have a partner in this country. as the president is trying to decide whether or not to send more troops, how much should that weigh on his decision? he doesn't really have somebody he can do business with there. >> it's very difficult not have a strong government and one that's backed by the people as a legitimate government. you and he will have on ask yourself why with all at stake it this administration didn't take a more careful role in making sure the election was a fair election, assumed by the people of afghanistan. and by the way, this hamlet performance that we're seeing out of the white house is very, very disconcerting. the president has known about this issue for a long time. he received the report from general mcchrystal four monthsing a go and has in the been able to make a decision. this is very, very unfortunate for the people there and for our troops. >> is it important to get this decision right, though, or should you take the time to contemplate it? >> well, of course you should get it right. and
CBS
Nov 10, 2009 7:00am EST
and the president of the united states here. anytime you've got a high profile case as this one is, concerns about a pair and impartial jury and where that can be found is going to be present in any defense counsel's mind and it should be present in the mind of even the prosecution. because we all want to ensure that a fair and just trial occurs. >> right. the military feels like the major agented alone that's why this is going to be a military trial. yet at the same time, we know now that he has which changed he's many messages with this radical cleric named anwar al awlaki. awlaki called major hasan a hero, he's a man of conscious who could not bear living a contradiction of being a muslim and serving in an army that is fighting against his own people. are you satisfied that major hasan acted by himself? >> i'm not going get into any of the details of the specific charges. i've heard on national media some of the sames that you've just made. but, again, up i see actual evidence of -- many times in cases like this, there's a lot of misinformation that's put out, factual statements that are made t
CBS
Nov 19, 2009 7:00am EST
and delayed throughout the united states at least throughout the morning. >> what a big mess. thanks so much. nancy cordes reporting this morning from washington. >>> the obama administration is telling women to do what they have always done when it comes to breast cancer screening. that message was prompted by the controversial new standards recommended by a federally appointed task portion. the panel suggests women don't need mammograms up they are 50 years old. that contradicts long-standing american cancer society guidelines calling for mammograms starting at age 40. the obama administration says the panel had not dictate policy. >> no coverage changes will be coming, medicare will ten to pay for mammograms, medicaid will continue to pay for ma'am grams, and, frankly, i'd be stunned if private insurers change any coverage decisions. >> the task force issued the new guide lines after concluding that early screenings often lead to false alarms. >>> sarah palin supporters and critics have been talking nonstop about her memoir "going rogue" and now the man who brought her into the 2008 presi
CBS
Nov 25, 2009 7:00am EST
night was no exception. with 320 of the biggest names from the united states and india gathering here at the white house. >> reporter: a-listers like stephen spielberg, and house speaker nancy pelosi streamed into a tent to enjoy a night of luxury on the white house south lawn. this was the obamas' first state dinner. considered a showcase for the first family's sense of tradition as well as style. >> let our two great nations realize all the triumphs and achievements that await us. >> reporter: the menu featured fresh vegetables grown in the white house's own garden, presented on china from the eisenhowers, clintons, and second bush administration. and while the entertainment began with the national symphony orchestra, they brought acts from their hometown of chicago to end the night. >> jennifer hudson performed last night and shows the obama bringing some of that midwest charm into the white house. >> reporter: but, of course, what everyone was wondering last night was who designed michelle obama's strapless sequin gown? well, the answer according to aides was naim kan. >> glamorou
CBS
Nov 19, 2009 7:00am EST
's a safe bet that flights will be affected and delayed throughout the united states at least throughout the morning. >> what a big mess. thanks so much. nancy cordes reporting this morning from washington. >>> the obama administration is telling women to do what they have always done when it comes to breast cancer screening. that message was prompted by the controversial new standards recommended by a federally appointed task portion. the panel suggests women don't need mammograms up they are 50 years old. that contradicts long-standing american cancer society guidelines calling for mammograms starting at age 40. the obama administration says the panel had not dictate policy. >> no coverage changes will be coming, medicare will ten to pay for mammograms, medicaid will continue to pay for ma'am grams, and, frankly, i'd be stunned if private insurers change any coverage decisions. >> the task force issued the new guide lines after concluding that early screenings often lead to false alarms. >>> sarah palin supporters and critics have been talking nonstop about her memoir "going rogue" and
CBS
Nov 9, 2009 7:00am EST
the united states. britain, france and russia the other former occupying powers will be represented by their heads of government. one night 20 years ago that changed berlin germany and the world. russ? >> mark phillip mis-berlin. thank you very much. >>> the senate plans to investigate last week's shooting at ft. hood. accused shoot ernie dal malik hassan apparently attended the same mosque as two of the 9/11 hijackers. classmates repeatedly complained to their superiors about has son ig extremist views. among the 13 people killed at ft. hood was one civilian, a fish's assistant at the base. this morning i spoke with his family who said they hope there is not a backlash against muslims because of the attack. >> you you can't blanl ket a whole group of people. there's exfreedomists in every religion and there's extremists in all over the world. and there's people who aren't extremists and there's moderates and people who just rptd like that and i don't position that we can blanket a whole group of people when this man obviously was ill. i think. i don't know. >> th
CBS
Nov 11, 2009 7:00am EST
and underserved areas both globally and in the united states? >> i love this question, you guys and christine. so, so smart. telemedicine is a really exploding field and it really is allowing doctors to be connected with other doctors in various parts of the world. but also with patients. and this is a great way for people to share resources and information, especially for those who are in as you said underserved areas or remote locations. it's already going on with just the interpretation of things like cat scans and x-rays. sometimes when we do them here in the middle of the night, the images are actually fed to australia and india where because of the time difference, those doctors are sitting there waiting to receive the images and they're actually reviewing the reports a lot of times that are getting done here in this country and in off hours. so i think we are going to see more of it. bottom line, though, you're never going to be able to replace the hands on physical exam that we as health care professionals do looking, listening, and feeling as examining. >> sounds like the new house call.
CBS
Nov 17, 2009 7:00am EST
among her admirers who are many and ardent. >> have you thought about run pog president of the united states in 2012? have you just thought about it? >> it's not on my radar screen right now. >> reporter: well, if 2012 does hit her radar screen, she mass some work to do. just 23% of voters view her paverbly compared with 38% who don't. and more than six in ten say she lackses ability to be an effective president. >> those numbers have not stopped a lot of people in the past from running. would she be a viable candidate were she to put her toe in or throw her hat in? >> she has one asset that many politicians would kill forks which is that the people who like her really like her. they just find her incredibly appealing and that's thought a bad base on which to start, but she has work to do. >> uphill climb. all right, thank you so much. >>> coming up we'll have an exclusive reaction from the father of palin's grandchild, levi johnston. but up next, crazed fans were howelling at the stars at the new "twilight" sequel. we'll take you to last night's big hollywood p
CBS
Nov 18, 2009 7:00am EST
in the united states has decreased by 30% since the advent of widespread screening mamog my. we will certainly take a large step back in the fight against breast cancer. not only that, it's very important for the american public to understand that this is not a new study. that is simply data from multiple studies which were designed differently and then mathematically modelled to come up with this ill-advised recommendation. >> one of the points that the government makes is that this leads to what they call unnecessary anguish because so many unnecessary biopsies do happen every year. dr. furmenti, what if you're the one biopsy that wasn't unnecessary. what if they do need it? >> they do. but what the message is that it doesn't change the likelihood of women surviving or not breast cancer. so dr. brem is correct. introducing it also contributed to the declining mortality we see in breast cancer, which is good news for all women. but the major reason we see decline in mortality, treatment, not screening. and we like to think prevention. >> so if somebody's going to have cancer, it doesn't make
CBS
Nov 21, 2009 8:00am EST
in the united states, the reasonable doubt, i agree with lisa. >> ladies, ten seconds heech. lisa guilty? >> no not guilty. somebody's already been convicted of this crime. i think he's the sole killer. >> wendy shall. >> guilty. and the guy who was already convicted implicated amanda. this was a group killing. just because one person's been convicted doesn't mean they didn't all act together. >> thank you all very much. we do appreciate it. >>> up next, she is referred tos at heidi klum of foot models who married the door man. now her wealthy neighbors are angry. they joins live this morning. we'll find out why they're now suing the building. that's all when we come back. this is the early show on cbs. discover a light yogurt like no other. activia light! delicious, fat free, and above all... the only one that has bifidus regularis and is clinically proven to help regulate your digestive system. activia light. ♪ activiaaa! ♪ be good to your heart? so is campbell's healthy request soup. low in fat and cholesterol heart healthy levels of sodium and taste you'll love. guy: mmmm!
CBS
Nov 23, 2009 7:00am EST
in the world today, especially in the united states due to the economy that's lost their jobs who don't have health care even children that are in homes don't get three square meals a day. but this man sits with guards protecting him, he's receiving free medical, free meals, and then you have hundreds of americans who don't break the laws out here who can't even have health insurance. i lost my job last year and i've had a hard team trying to find a job. i don't go to the doctor because i have to save my money for when my children go. and it disgusts me to think that we as americans and our tax dollars go into programs to give people who commit crimes, such devastating crimes, not only against children, but against adults, women, family and they receive free health care free benefits, and then people like me, we don't qualify for assistance. and that bothers me. it bothers me a lot. and that's something i just don't understand. >> carey lockhart-davis i know this was very difficult for you. thank you and we'll continue to keep in you our prayers. >> i appreciate that. >> yo
CBS
Nov 26, 2009 7:00am EST
with the vice president of the united states. all without being invited. >> this is the ultimate party crash. not only can i not imagine crashing this party, i can't even imagine thinking about crashing this party. >> reporter: roxanne roberts, a society columnist for the "washington post," was the first one who noticed something was fishy. >> and i looked at them and i thought how on earth did they snag an invitation to the most exclusive party of the year? >> reporter: the white house says the couple was not on the list, but picture posted on their facebook page show the up invited guests were everywhere, even posing with white house chief of staff rahm emanuel. a preliminary secret service investigation shows one of the check points may not have followed proper procedure. >> i feel so good. >> reporter: michaele is nope in the d.c. area as a socialite and former redskins cheerleader. she's also reportedly been selected as one of the real housewives of d.c., a his reality show franchise on bravo tv. during apinterview back in september, salahi talked about the changes in washington since o
CBS
Nov 30, 2009 7:00am EST
: the national chicken council, which represents which i can even producers in the united states said in a statement to cbs news, like all fresh foods, raw chicken may have some micro organisms present, but these are destroyed by the heat of normal cooking. the industry does an excellent job in providing safe, wholesome food to american consumers. but consumer reports says more needs to be done before chickens ever reach the store. >> the government needs to take a look at what measures work, what measures don't, and need to step up the standard so is that less contaminated birds are sold to consumers over all. >> reporter: the most recent tests by the usda showed lower numbers than the consumer reports tests for both pathogens. chicken processors must obey specific rules on salmonella, but no federal standards for camp low plaquer currently exist and the presence of bacteria does not mean you will automatically get sick. >> so let's talk about ways to prevent getting sick. when we go to the store, what should we look for? >> buy your meat last and grab some bags from the produce depa
CBS
Nov 4, 2009 7:00am EST
of the united states into the atlantic. widen out the picture, only trouble spots. eastern section of the great lakes, you're going to see some rain rolling on through. northeast looks good, but you're getting this tomorrow. and look at the temperatures in the southwest in the 90s. we like it. west coast looks good too. that's a qui >> southern plains, great plains, northern plains, all looking good. much of the country, really calm, really nice. that's the way we like it. guys? >> yes, very, very nice day. >> thank you. >> thanks, dave. >>> coming up next. in her own words, superstar rihanna finally opens up about the assault by chris brown. mom. the holidays are always so busy. gram, the video game thingy's stuck again. remember, you have to jiggle it. ( doorbell rings ) we never get the time to tell people stuff. ♪ say what you need to say ♪ say what you need to say ( holding last note ) we couldn't have made it through this last year without you, mom. this year, appreciation may be the best gift of all. a hallmark card. it's the biggest little thing you can do. nowhere you already save.
CBS
Nov 7, 2009 8:00am EST
community, but also for our entire army. >> hasan was born in the united states, grew up in virginia, joined the rotc and graduated from virginia tech. two years ago, classmates began to notice a change. >> he about publicly declared that the global war on terror was a global war on islam. >> reporter: last sum, the psychiatrist who specialized in disaster had difficulties of his own. he was transferred there walter reed medical center to ft. hood, texas. soon after arriving, he filed a police report accusing another officer of defacing his car after a sticker reading ala is love was torn from his bumper. >> he appears to be an individual who has become more radicalized as time has gone on. >> reporter: in the days before the shooting, hasan gave away two personal copies of the koran to neighbors and left a good-bye message on a friend's voice mail. >> he's a real good friend. nice being your friend, nice knowing you. >> reporter: the day of shootth shooting, hasan was seen a convenience store surveillance video wearing traditional muslim clothing instead of his military fatigues. his family
CBS
Nov 28, 2009 8:00am EST
marketses in the united states 25% off between december 14th and the 28th. and that's new york, chicago, san francisco, major markets. >> so that way you don't have to stay with your family if you don't want to over christmas. >> my point exactly. >> peter greenberg is here to help you out. so we have the hotels and airfare. what if you want to take a vacation what are some of the best destinations? >> mexico for example, about 15 hotels have coal bined to do a deal where everything is almost like 50% off. one hotel the fiesta grand, down to $169 a night. but here's the other part. 25% off on food and bench and 25 respect on spa treatments. they need you down there. so when they're doing that kind of a deal you can do it. >> if you want to go to st. martin, also huge deal there. >> 50% off and here's the cool thing. it starts on the 25th of december, so you can get down there for christmas. it extends through new year's and march of next year. and this is the one that -- you've got the came reb beekacameribbeancaribbean, mexico. always call a human being because right n
CBS
Nov 24, 2009 7:00am EST
super bowl, american united, delta, charging a $50 one way surcharge just to leeft state of florida. >> and they pop up every couple days there's a new one. >> but here's the story that nobody realizes. by doing a surcharge, the airlines get taxed less. if they make it part of the ticket fee, they get taxed more. so it's an accounting deal. they want to be competent it difference on rate, but not on value or cost. so budget accordingly. >> julie williams of frisco, texas, is out on the plaza and she has a question for you this morning. >> yes, peter. i travel with four young deads. do you have any tips to make life easier especially on the airplane? >> my condolences. >> maggie is not getting you hot chocolate. >> that would help. the thing is, when you're traveling with kids, understand that the airlines are not daycare centers. understand the airlines are not going to necessarily feed your kids or hydrate your kids. bring snack has they like and double the amount because you're going to get delayed. my other tip is not for you, but for me. and that is there's a reason why we like
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